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Graduate Hall Director
Division: Student Affairs
Department: Department of Housing and Residence Life
The Graduate Hall Director is a live-in graduate student supervisor among the Department of Housing and Residence Life staff in the Division of Student Affairs. The Department is committed to a comprehensive residential program; one that blends the co-curricular with the academic to create a comprehensive educational environment assisting all residents in achieving their fullest potential. The Graduate Hall Director is recognized as a University Official and represents the university and the department on and off university property. Under the supervision of the Complex/Hall Director and Assistant Director for Residence Life, the Graduate Hall Director will fulfill the general requirements and responsibilities in this job description and the Graduate Hall Director employment agreement.
Qualifications and Job Requirements:
- Must be enrolled and accepted as a full-time graduate student and carry a minimum of 9 credit hours.
- Must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 to hold the position.
- Maintain a clear judicial record with the Department of Housing and Residence Life and the Dean of Students' Office.
- Must sleep and live-in the assigned Graduate Hall Director room and building.
- Must have a functioning answering device in the room. Must check office mail, email, and answering devices daily. Must respond in a prompt manner to messages left by residents, colleagues and HD/Housing.
- If you decide to resign your Graduate Hall Director position, a written notice of resignation is required 10 business days in advance. This should be submitted to the Complex/Hall Director of your building.
- Display leadership qualities or characteristics as evidenced by previous leadership experiences, recommendations, and evaluations from the GHD Selection and Application process.
- Display strong interpersonal skills through proven ability to interact effectively with others as perceived through the GHD Selection and interview process.
- Minimum 20 hours per week office duty.
- On-call schedule where carrying a pager is required.
- Rotational weekend duty.
The Graduate Hall Director position is compensated with a $10,000 package including, in-state tuition, room, meal allowance, and monthly stipend to be distributed over 9 month contractual term.
Period of Employment
July– May of Academic Year. Contract is renewable based upon end of year evaluation.
Graduate Technology Assistant
Division: Student Affairs
Department: International Students and Scholars Office
The International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO) seeks a graduate assistant to create and develop a fully functional and operational “Virtual Office” associated with the ISSO’s ability to offer on-line orientation, training, communications, seminars, on-line meetings, cultural awareness activities and website updates to prospective and current visiting scholars, exchange students, and international students. Functionality and access will also support the Division of Student Affairs in its effort to meet University priorities and strategies related to student success and operational efficiency as the alignment of fiscal resources will accommodate a broader population without current access to programs and activities designed for this population.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Create and develop a fully functional, interactive, web based “virtual office”
- Demonstrate and train ISSO staff to use related software
- Update, maintain and train ISSO staff in website enhancements going forward
- Participate in and/or support staff in planning, announcing and hosting related programs and activities
- Assist in the preparation of reports as requested by the director
- Availability to meet weekly with director
- Ability to communicate effectively and exhibit technical proficiency in the areas of software development, compatibility and functionality to complete assignments in a timely manner.
- Competence in developing interactive and “streaming” web pages as required.
- Demonstrate ability to collect and arrange information for reports as required for up-line review and decision.
- Demonstrated abilities to work through University protocols related to information technology.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office and multimedia development tools
- Demonstrate ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines.
This position is part-time with a maximum of 20 hours per week. Hours will be determined based on GA’s class schedule for spring semester 2014. The GA is not expected to work during breaks, University assigned holidays, nor convocation or activities mandatory for student attendance.
How to Apply: Interested students should submit a resume and 2 professional letters of support from professors and/or North Carolina A&T State University support staff to Loreatha Graves, firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, January 3, 2014.
Graduate Administrative Assistant
Department: NSF-CREST Bioenergy Center
The current research of the center is focused on thermochemical conversion of biomass to liquid fuels and reforming of biofuels for fuel cell applications.
How to Apply:
If you are interested in or have questions about the above graduate research assistant positions, please contact Dr. Shahbazi, Director of NSF-CREST Bioenergy Center (email@example.com). Application materials include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research statement, copies of academic transcripts, GRE score and three recommendation letters.